by Greg Bastin on Oct 10, 2018
Try this oatmeal recipe to satisfy your sweet tooth and fuel you with protein. The collagen peptides won’t change the taste of your instant oats but they will add the protein you need to build and repair your body.
The blueberries, raw honey, and cinnamon give it a natural and yummy flavor, while the chia seeds provide a satisfying crunch. Our protein oatmeal recipe is so good, you’ll want to have this it in the morning and again at night.
- 1Add everything to a cup
- 2Mix with hot water
Instant oats are a 60-second breakfast option you can top any way you like, giving you an easy way to help fuel your morning. Look for oats made from 100 percent whole grain oats. If you don’t like our protein oatmeal recipe top your oatmeal however you like, with fruit, nuts, or another sweetener.
The word collagen originates from the Greek word, “Kolla” meaning glue. Collagen can help your bones, tendons, muscles, skin, digestive system and more, yet many people have lost touch with the benefits of this powerful superfood. Luckily, collagen peptide powder can be mixed with almost any drink or recipe without clumping or turning to jello.
Blueberries are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. They are also great frozen in smoothies. I always have a couple of bags of blueberries in my freezer ready to go for smoothies or snacks. Be sure to defrost your frozen blueberries before using in our mighty oatmeal recipe or just use fresh.
Pure, unheated, unpasteurized, and unprocessed raw honey retains the most natural vitamins, enzymes, and phytonutrients possible. To get a sweetener directly from mother nature, you need to try raw honey. It tastes delicious and will give you the fuel you need to energize your day.
Chia seeds can be added to almost any recipe for an invigorating crunch. They are called the runner’s food because the Tarahumara people, aka “those who run fast”, of northwestern Mexico would drink a mix called iskiate before racing. This mix was simply chia and water.